Well, here they are. All but the first are sort of Harry's mental theater of stuff that was going on during the story. :P( Murphy and Gordon. Together, they fight crime! By sending their consultants to the field! )
( Batman and Harry, with their respective cape and duster. )
( Harry and his Dresdensignal! :D )
( Harry and Batman eating Mexican food! )
( Harry Dresden killing the Batmobile. )
Day 26 OMG WTF? OR most irritating/awful/annoying book ending
This is another easy one. (Funny how it's always easier for me to choose what I like less than what I like better, isn't it?)
By José López Portillo y Rojas.
This is a 1898 novel based around the Romeo&Juliet plot with a happy ending that read pretty much like your average Pedro Infante movie, but that's not what's wrong with it. What annoyed me to no end was when, at the end, after the girl's father commits mass murder, he gets away with it. Because it would bring dishonor to his wife and daughter even though the Romeo in this story was still willing to marry his Juliet regardless of what her father had done. But she wouldn't marry him if he let his father shame her and her mother by sending her father to jail.
So, yes, the dishonor wasn't that he'd blown up the damn at night and flooded the valley killing more than a handful families of farm workers that were peacefully asleep. It was that he was about to go to jail if his enemy blew the whistle and call the authorities.
But he didn't because he wanted his son to be happy so they reconciled and they lived happily ever after. And who cares about the farm workers; they weren't land owners anyway.
Oh, and the Romeo's father was supposed to be a good person and have good relations with his workers, so this ending also ruins his characterization like whoa.
I was actually enjoying that novel up to that point. D:( The rest of the questions/prompts )